New Balance Offers Three 2002R’s in Its New "Denim Pack"

Available in “Atlantic Blue,” black, and white colorways.

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Quickly following up on Teddy Santis’ Made in USA collection, New Balance has just presented a new “Denim Pack” of its 2002R silhouette.

Over recent times, New Balance has expanded its 2002R offering, showcasing the model with fresh colorways, collaborations — with the likes of atmos — and even with slight adaptations, such as its recently-unveiled “Nightwatch Green” iteration with removable pouches on the upper.

Now, NB is offering its 2002R in three colorways: “Atlantic Blue,” black, and white. Each design comes constructed with a denim-like base, while suede and leather hit the paneled overlays. Furthermore, customary New Balance branding sits atop an ABZORB midsole, and a new Stability Web outsole completes the design.

You can take a closer look at the new “Denim Pack” from New Balance above and each pair is available on the brand’s official website now for $140 USD.

In other footwear news, take a look at Nike’s Terminator Low “Michigan.”

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